Hausfeld (London)

Anna Stellardi

Hausfeld (London)
Senior Associate

Anna Stellardi is a senior associate at Hausfeld, she is based ion London. Anna joins Hausfeld from Hogan Lovells where she qualified in 2018 and worked extensively on competition and commercial litigation matters, including both stand-alone and follow-on damages claims. She has extensive experience working with economists, dealing with complex confidentiality issues and supporting clients’ cases against their competitors, suppliers or customers. Anna is fluent in Italian and speaks conversational French. Anna has worked extensively with an array of businesses in several industries including clients working in telecoms, fintech and maritime.

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Lesley Hannah, Anna Stellardi, Sofie Edwards The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal issues an opt-out certification decision in a class action filed against a Big Tech company (Liz Coll / Google)


On 31 August 2022, the Competition Appeal Tribunal released its judgment in Elizabeth Helen Coll v Alphabet Inc. and Others [2022] CAT 39, which confirms that consumer champion Liz Coll is authorised to bring an opt-out collective claim against Google for alleged competition law infringements (...)

Nicola Boyle, Lucy Rigby, Luke Grimes, Anna Stellardi The UK Competition Authority finds a breach in competition law by a price comparison website that leads to an opt-out collective claim based on the allegation that the website’s conduct led to higher prices of home insurance for consumers (ComparetheMarket)


London, 1 November 2021 - An opt-out collective claim on behalf of over 20 million UK consumers of home insurance has been filed today by Home Insurance Consumer Action against the companies behind The claim follows the Competition and Markets Authority’s finding last (...)

Anna Stellardi, Anna Morfey, Stella Gartagani, Kio Gwilliam The UK Competition Authority publishes a report setting out recommendations that the Government could implement to regulate technology firms in a way that promotes competition in digital markets


In December 2020, the CMA’s Digital Markets Taskforce (DMT) published its report setting out 15 recommendations which the UK Government could implement to regulate technology firms with ‘strategic market status’ (SMS) in a way that promotes competition, innovation and protects consumers and (...)


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